A joint commission has been set up between the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Algerian Football Federation to examine and reform the situation of professional football.
« The Commission, chaired by Mr. Mohamed Mecherara, FAF Presidential Adviser, was formed with executives from MJS and conducts and reflects in-depth determination of professionalism in Algeria 10 years after the Federation was established. Consolidate profits, fill gaps and launch architectural and organizational reforms to restart on solid foundations », Referred to the FAF in a recent press release.
Sid Ali Khaldi, the young and sports minister who presided over the founding meeting of the new commission, said: ” Among the negative factors identified were the lack of an environment for sports exploitation, the weakness of the financial performance of commercial sports organizations, as well as the weakness of the exploitation of young sports talents, their training and counter-prevalence – contrary to athletic and sports ethics.. »
The FAF and MJS have decided to hand over the reins of the new commission to Mohamed Mechara, an adviser to the federation’s president and former president of the Professional Football League.